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Researching
Families, Ships, Localities and Special Projects

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St Alban's Anglican Church, Epping NSW Australia
I heartily welcome you to my WebSite, and hope you will find it interesting and helpful. I hope to make availabe through this WebSite much of the information that has come my way relating to my ancestoral families (and my wife's), where they lived, the vessels on which they emigrated, and other information.

This Page was Last Updated on 26th May 2010

Researching Families...

Beattie                                                                               Brown

  Beattie                              Crockford

Brown                                      Kay  
Beattie
Bailey
Batcheldor
Robinson
Crockford 
Dibsdall 
Kidd 
Newell 
Brown (1)
Mooney
Wills
Green
Kay
Humphries
Richardson
Paterson
McGregor
Armstrong
?Kernes

Erskine
Worrall
Williams(on)
Boyes
Cotteril
Dillam
Sympson
Irvine
Masters
Gibbons
Porter
Garlick
Acton 
Acreman 
Adams 
   Andrews 
Bishop
 
   Cains 
Carter 

Cunibeer 
   Dowden 
Fish 

Frost 
   Gillingham 
Green 

   Howe 
Hurley 

Millard  
   Moor 
Mullens 
Norman 

Perrett 
Rawlings 
Stone 
Sweetin  
Tudball
 
Tucker 

Webber  
Openshaw 
Talbott 
Oughton 
(Outon
Littlefield  
   Wrigley 
   Pope 
   Hill 
   Wigg née Heather 
   Jeffery 
   Hogsflesh 
   Soane 
   Miller 
   Humphrey 
   [Wheeler?] 
Searley
McBrien
 
Guy 
Sergeant 
Simpson 
Watt(en) 
Williams
Sidwell
?Hucks
Kendall
Wat(t)ers
Kempthorne
Kestell
Sandry
Ellery
Warne
Roe/Rowe
Jorden
Hopum
Cross
Carroll
Jackson
?Fallowfield
Connell
Cunningham
Nicholson
Keith
Brown (2)
Swan
Sime
Lindsay
Haggart
Henderson
?Kelly
Other names being researched, associated to the above families by marriage...

Many of the above names have phonetic variations, for example: [click for details]

Acerman (for Acreman),
Bachelor/Batchelor/Batchelder (for Batcheldor),
Bayliss (for Bailey),
Beatty/Beaty/Betty (for Beattie),
Boyce/Boys/Boise (for Boyse),
Byshop (for Bishop),
Cuniber/Conibeer/Conybear (for Cunibeer),
Ellory (for Ellery)
Gibbins/Gibbens (for Gibbons),
Dibsdell/Dibsdale (for Dibsdall),
Jordan/Jurdan/Jordun (for Jorden),
McBrian/McBryan [plus, of course, Mac*] (for McBrien),
P*r(r)*t(t) (for Perrett),
Rae/Roe (for Rowe),
Talbot/Tallbot (for Talbott),
Syme/Sim/Sym (for Sime),
Saundry (for Sandry),
Watters (for Waters),
Williams (for Williamson),
Worral (for Worrall).

My Oughton family was known as Outon prior to the nineteenth century, the Hurley family may have also been known as Hurdle, and my wife's Carroll was written Carrott in her emigration records. My Oughton family was known as Hawtie, Hautie or Haughty prior to the nineteenth century

Other names being researched, associated to the above families by marriage, include: [click for details]


LOCALITIES
Country State/County/Province Localities
Australia: New South Wales Jenolan Caves, Oberon
Queensland Cracow
South Australia Radium Hill
Canada: Ontario Bobcaygeon, Dunsford
England: Northamptonshire Barby
Somerset Cannington, Cutcombe, Stogursey, Wheddon Cross, Winsford
Yorkshire, East Riding Humbledon
Warwickshire Cubbington, Kenilworth, Leamington Hastings, Leamington Priors, Marton, Radford Semele
Wiltshire Acton Round, Bridgnorth, Kidderminster, Ludlow, Stottsden
Ireland: : Dublin
Nth. Ireland: Armagh Tartaraghan
Fermanagh Ballinamallard, Enniskillen, Inishmacsaint, Tiranagher, Magheracross, Magheralough
Tyrone Kilskeery, Trillick
Scotland: Ayr Kilmarnock, Kilmaurs
Banff (now Morayshire) Cullen
Dumfries Langholm


Emigrant and Other Vessels (click for details) [emboldened vessels indicate a forebear emigrated aboard]

Abyssinian; Adam Lodge; Albermarle; Argyle; Broxbornebury; Chowringhee; Claudine; Collaroy; Clyde; Duchess of; Northumberland; Elizabeth; Forth II; Garland; General Caufield; Hereford; Hindu; HMAS Canberra; HMAS Shropshire; HMS Glatton; Iberia; John Temperley; John Vanner; Lady Kennaway; Lady Rowena; Lancaster; Layton I; Margaret; Mary II; Minorca; Moffat; Morley; Parsee; Peterborough; Prince Ludwick; Red Jacket; Red Rover; Runnymede; Samuel Plimsoll; Schah Jehan; Shooting Star; Somersetshire; Stebonheath; Strathfieldsay; Sultana; Surry or Surrey; Thermostocles; Trinidad; Tropic; United Kingdom; William Pitt


Special Projects
Cutcombe, Somerset England
Access via Crockford pages
Transcribing Parish Register and Bishops Transcripts;
Transcribing 1851 census;
Collecting other historical and familial information
Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh Ireland
Access via McBrien pages
Transcribing Parish Registers;
Collecting other historical and familial information
Kilskeery / Trillick, Tyrone Ireland Transcribing Parish Registers;
Transcribing census records;
Collecting other historical and familial information
Admiral James Oughton, RN
Born Cullen, Banffshire Scotland; died at Cullen in 1832
Dr John Kidd, RN
Died in Melbourne Australia in 1852; perhaps born in Ireland
Guadalcanal
The Battle of Savo Island, August 1942
Ulster
History 1603 – 1900, especially Co Fermanagh & Tyrone
Plantation of Ulster
All Plantations, especially the Jacobean Plantation of 1610,
and especially in Counties Fermanagh and Tyrone
Scots-Irish
Diaspora to the New World and Antipodes, C18 & C19
Australian Aborigines
About Bathurst – Lithgow - Oberon – Rockley NSW, 1800s

Any questions?
If you have any questions about this matter, please eMail
Ross Beattierossbtgenealogy@gmail.com )
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